Panadura Magistrate Court issued a conditional order against the Royal Marketing, a plastic manufacturing company located in SarikkaMulla, Panadura on 18th November 2009.
A public nuisance case was filed against a service station in Bandaragama seeking control air pollution.
Appeal Court case on illegal river bed mining in the Kahangama area in Kaluganga August 2009
Against sand mining in Atthanagalu Oya in Minuwangoda - July 2009 ...
regading a piggery in Kandana - March 2009 ...
regarding election posters during the Western provincial Elections - December 2008 ...
CEJ provide legal aid for people affected by Cyanide pollution of drinking water in Minuangoda - 2008 ...
Case seeking a Solid waste management Policy - June 2007 ...
Case seeking an Elephant Conservation Policy- May 2007 ...
Case against Nuraichcholai Coal Power Plant- July 2006 ...
Challenging the constitutionality of the North Western Provincial Environmental Statute- July 2006 ...
  Eppawela Posphate mining  
Eppawela Phosphate mining proposal was the most controversial project in the 90s until year 2001. This is a privatisation of a 56 Square kilometer phosphate deposit located in Eppawela in the North- Central Province and about 20 kilometers from the ancient Anuradhapura city.

The project included a 800 Sq Kilometer area including the proposed buffer zone. It was criticised by economic, environmental and social angles.

As a result of the case filed by the EFL on behalf of seven petitioners of Eppawela Area, Supreme court of Sri Lanka made a landmark decision and ordered the Sri Lankan authorities to conduct studies and open them to the public before make any decision.

Around 30,000 people were gathered in Colombo in some occasions to protest against this project

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